Simulation is a powerful tool for predicting and optimizing the behavior of engineering systems, contributing to more efficient and cost-effective product development. And, the primary advantage of simulation in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) is that it allows engineers to test and refine designs in a virtual environment.
Ultimately CAE simulation:
- Reduces the need for physical prototypes.
- Accelerates the design iteration process.
- Provides insights into how a system will perform under different conditions.
Simulation in CAE requires deep expertise, skillset and practice. But, what if you’re not an analyst yet still want to understand the foundations of simulation? In that case, this eBook is for you.
Understanding Simulation For Non-CAE Engineers
In this eBook brought to you by PTC and SPK, we’re sharing insight into:
- The basic types of simulation: Structural, modal and thermal.
- Advanced analyses: Dynamic, mechanisms and buckling.
- Democratizing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for designers.
- Multiphysics and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
By the end of this eBook you’ll have a better understanding of:
- The basic principles of simulation and how it can save you money on prototyping.
- The tools you can use to support simulation in your organization.
Download your free copy now.